10. Ford KA
The first Ka premiered in 1996, and was considered to be a modern day Volkswagen Beetle. They’re still going strong in the United Kingdom, despite Europe’s increasingly stringent emissions and safety legislation. For some people it’s much better to change using this car rather than have to look for a used auto parts for their old cars.
9. The Bolloré BlueCar
This car is only available in France. The BlueCar is an electric vehicle from France that offers an operating range of 155 miles and a top speed of 84 mph. A full recharge requires 6 hours, while a two-hour rapid charge will recover 50% capacity.
8. The Think City
Norwegian car maker Think was launched the all-electric City model in the US. A 2009 release was planned, but the company was forced to halt production because of financial distress.
7. The Daihatsu Copen
The Daihatsu Copen is a Japanese two-seater that only available in Japan and Europe. It has been around since 2001.
6. The Kandi Coco
The Kandi Coco is available to Oklahoma residents for less than $900 thanks to a combination of federal and state tax credits. The electric two-person roadster arrived in the U.S. in 2009.
5. The Smart Fortwo
The Smart Fortwo was originally Called the Smart City Coupe Pls it debuted in 1998. Ten years later, the all-electric concept car version was the Fortwo Ed Announced. The Fortwo is available in the U.S.
4. The Reva G-Wiz
The G-Wiz is a city car made by REVA Electric Car Company (RECC) in Bangalore, India. The company is currently the world’s leading electric car manufacturing company. This car is available in the U.K., but not the U.S.
3. The Tango by Commuter Cars
The Tango has two electric motors, one for each rear wheel, that allow it to go from zero to 60 in less than four seconds. They sell for $121,000 each. George Clooney was the first customer, and Google co-founder Sergey Brin is an investor and purchased three Tangos.
2. The Lumeneo Smera
The Lumeneo Smera, a French built electric car went on sale this May for about $33,000. It is currently only available in France, but is expected to be sold throughout Europe in 2010
1. The ElBil Norge Buddy Cab
The ElBil Norge Buddy Cab is a Norwegian electric car. It is the sixth generation of a model called the Kewet, developed for the first time in 1991. During the first five generations over 1000 electric vehicles were produced and sold in eighteen countries. In 1998 all rights were acquired by ElBil Norge AS. Strange that the Buddy Cab comes from Norway, considering Scandinavians are known for being tall.
Have You ever tried one of those smallest cars in the world?